ATLANTA - All five suspects in Friday's home invasion and armed robbery in Gwinnett County have now been arrested.
Three men were robbed in their Norcross home early Friday after inviting a couple of women they met at a bar to come over.
Gwinnett Police investigators say when they arrived, three other men were with them and all forced their way inside.
One of the victims was shot in the shoulder and another was beaten. A third victim was able to escape out a window and called police.
Cpl. Jake Smith says the women, identified as Tomeka Porter and Teneshia Harvey, were arrested along with one of the men, Sir Charles Wood, by DeKalb County Police not long after after the armed robbery.
He says the other two suspects, Theophilus Porter and La'Darius Clark, were arrested by Virginia State Patrol troopers over the weekend still driving the BMW that was stolen from one of the victims.
"When the troopers in Virginia tried to stop that vehicle, it fled... ultimately they were able to catch it," Smith tells WSB's Sandra Parrish.
He says items stolen from the victims were located in the back of the car.
Smith says all the victims face numerous charges including armed robbery. Theophilus Porter and Clark are still being held in Virginia awaiting extradition back to Gwinnett County.